Bud Clay: [sobbing] Why do you have to drink and take drugs?

Daisy: I'm not going to be okay, Bud.

Daisy: I was unconscious, Bud and you saw me. You didn't help me. You just left me there.

Bud Clay: But I didn't know what to do. I didn't know what to do.

Daisy: Why didn't you help me?

Bud Clay: I didn't know what to do.

[first lines]

[Bud walks up to a young woman, working behind the counter in a gas station store]

Bud Clay: Hi.

Violet: Hello... Did you just come from the race track?

Bud Clay: Mmhm.

Violet: Did you win?

Bud Clay: No.

Violet: Oh.

Bud Clay: How much is this?

Violet: $2... Will you be racing again?

Bud Clay: Going to California. I've got to be there by Friday.

Violet: California? I always wanted to go to California.

Bud Clay: Really?

Violet: Yes.

Bud Clay: It's nice there.

Violet: Is it?

Bud Clay: Mmhm.

Violet: I thought it would be.

Bud Clay: Is your name Violet?

Violet: Yes, it is.

Bud Clay: Who made the necklace?

Violet: I made it.

Bud Clay: You think you'd want to come with me?

Violet: I don't even know you.

Bud Clay: Please?... Please?... Please come with me.

Bud Clay: [points to a bunny rabbit] How old is this bunny?

Employee: Around one, two months.

Bud Clay: What's the longest a bunny can live for?

Employee: 'Bout five or six years.

Bud Clay: Five or six years...

Employee: Yeah.

Bud Clay: That's the most they can live?

Employee: Yup.

[last lines]

Bud Clay: No.